The financial aid office is here to help you make sense of your financial situation, whether it's scholarships, loans, or anything else. Your time in college is meant to prepare you for the future, and this should include preparing you to handle money on your own.
I have been bitten by the travel bug. This past spring, I traveled to London with MC's Study Abroad Program . You can read about my adventures here. This trip was my first time to experience a new culture, and I'm now obsessed with travel. No longer am I content with sitting in my dorm room watching Netflix, for I crave adventure.
But on the real, let’s talk through one of the most daunting thoughts when thinking through your college decision: MONEY. Your education is an investment. We know it can be scary when trying to wade through the waters that are scholarships and financial aid. But I have fantastic news! You’re not in this alone.
If you've got a significant other, this day is pretty unavoidable. You've got dates to plan, flowers to order, and puppies to buy. It's an exciting day, but it can also be pretty stressful--especially on a college budget. Even though it may seem easier to pretend everything is okay and avoid your bank account altogether, it's a better idea to think ahead and strategize. Some planning on your part can help you rest assured that your bank account and hopefully your relationship won't suffer this Valentines Day.